The "Main Central Building" at Gallaudet College, Chapel Hall is one of the finest examples of post-Civil War collegiate architecture in the United States and is the focal point of this nationally significant educational institution. It is a…

The house, erected in 1867-68 and designed by F.C. Withers, is approximately sixty feet north of Florida Avenue. It is surrounded by informally landscaped open space. A circular drive separates it from a row of three High Victorian Gothic Revival…

Significant periods of construction include the initial phase (1866-1878), and a smaller construction phase between 1878 and 1918 during which the historic core of the campus was completed. The National Deaf Mute College was an outgrowth of the…